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PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2008 4:12 am 
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Relfecting back, I continue concentrating on the modding side of things, but have learned a lot from listening to everyone in the hardware forums into overclocking.

I do think Razer stole the show tho, it was a pleasure being sponsored by them.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 22, 2008 5:03 am 
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Saweet! Phenom made the Razer's CEO's Blog

I think he would be very receptive to working with Mnpctech. Maybe some mods to the pc systems they use for their show displays.


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nice project
you put a lot of time/effort into it
btw what kind of cup cooler is that?


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 3:24 am 
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It's by Coolermaster. don't recall the name atm, will look at it for you!

Any UK members here? I'm submitting Project Phenom to be featured in CustomPC Magazine's Extreme Customisation. I will find out what issue it will be published in

fyi: You can watch the videos of this build on my YouTube page

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The piece will be in Issue 58 of Custom PC magazine in the Uk, which comes out in May :D


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Tom Hawkinson emailed me this photo this morning. He had forgotton on his camera's other memory card. He had taken inside an freight elevator in the warehouse. I think it's the best of the bunch!

btw; I've posted Videos of the project on my YouTube page

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 4:50 am 
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This is cool, Phenom PC made Million Dollar PC!

Thermaltake SwordM Mod | by Bill Owen

Check out the other rigs on the site, WoW!!!!! : :shock:


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PostPosted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:35 am 
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Custom PC Magazine Article on “Project Phenomâ€


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the CPC copy arrived, the article turned out great!

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My photos are down.. This datacenter in the new blurb is where all of my photos resided... I'm still waiting for ETA on getting them back online as of saturday. If they're lost, I can't even imagine how much time it will take re-insert them back into all of my worklogs. I just might have to go on a serious drinking binge..lol, but I will re-insert them here as soon as possible! Luckily I do have a seperate host for CaseModBlog

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Texas-Based Server Provider Explosion Affects 9,000 Servers, 7,500 Customers

Houston, TX (AHN) -- An explosion Saturday evening at a Texas-based, privately held server hosting provider has caused server outages effecting 9,000 servers and 7,500 customers.

According to The Planet's website, at about 5 p.m. Saturday electrical gear shorted, creating an explosion and fire that knocked down three walls surrounding their electrical equipment room.

No injuries were reported and no servers were damaged or lost.

The Houston company, which provides servers for small and medium sized companies, said it has its entire support team working around the clock to get the servers back on line.

They estimate they will be up and running by Sunday afternoon.


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They're back up, thank goodness!

I just recieved this link, spotted at AMD's booth at Computex show.

http://www.vr-zone.com/articles/Compute ... 831-9.html


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